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17 Mar 2019

PULP LAB SXSW ’19 PICKS

By William Sheehan   Annoying // Dayne Jordan & Decap One of the more recent releases by Dayne Jordan and San Francisco’s Decap – real name Nicholas John Piantedosi. Decap’s a man in demand and – while we’re on the topic of annoyances, a follow up to this collaboration can’t come fast enough. Among Unlovers […]

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14 Nov 2016

M.I.A Launches DIY ‘Make Your Own Merch’ Initiative

After partnering with H&M earlier this year to raise awareness about the ramifications of clothing waste, M.I.A has announced a new way for fans to get their hands on her newly designed merchandise, following the recent release of her album AIM. Last week the “Paper Planes” singer tweeted out, asking fans if they would be willing […]

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26 Oct 2016

JESS ROTTER’S ‘I’M BORED’: Whimsical, Wonderfully Whacked-out Work

A wizard paddles on a lonely sea, his flag proclaiming “I’m trying.” An ostrich hitchhikes in the desert, holding up a sign with her destination—”Bliss.” A walrus in an AC/DC shirt looks calmly at the viewer beneath a permanent refrain of, “I’m bored.”… Part art book, part comic book compilation, and a skeptical but loving […]

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05 Aug 2016

Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM Magazine

“Boy Howdy! The Story of CREEM Magazine” explores the seminal music magazine from its 1969 launch in Detroit to the untimely death of its publisher Barry Kramer in 1981. Unfiltered and unapologetic, CREEM remains America’s only true rock’n’roll magazine—long after publishing its final issue. Director  Scott Crawford has a personal connection to CREEM. As a onetime […]

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